Show seems intended for an audience more apt to live in the woods waiting for the apocalypse.
Another "Cops" knockoff but with a celebrity hook.
The reality of reality TV is that it generally rewards bad behavior. Being a loudmouthed, confrontational boor is usually the best way to get camera time. Still, crashing a White House dinner — as…
Discovery operates something called the Science Channel, and most of the time I just ignore it. There are a lot of channels out there like that. If I paid them all attention, I'd never get to sleep…
An unabashedly patriotic yarn about when an overprotective dad has to let go.
John King's promotion to weekday host comes on the heels of CNN solving what liberal activists had labeled its "Lou Dobbs problem,"
It's official: "Nip/Tuck" has gone from one of TV's best series at its peak to one of the most horridly unpleasant. The most recent episode, featuring a delightful mix of prison rape and pedophilia…
Film rides the appeal of a yellow Labrador to an audience's heart.
CBS' Leslie Moonves is a big sports fan, but he's doubtless happy that his pal Mark Harmon -- the star of what's now the network's most-watched show, "NCIS" -- wasn't a more gifted quarterback.
On Monday, ABC aired "Find My Family," a show that helps adoptees and parents who gave away their babies reconnect with missing biological relatives. Since the program was announced, Variety's…
PBS' "Frontline" has been a relatively lonely voice in the broadcast space providing consistent coverage of the current economic crisis, and correspondent Lowell Bergman dives back into those…